Happy Labor Day Weekend!

Everyone keeps asking about my plans for the weekend and honestly, I am just going to be hanging out here at home enjoying a cup of tea and a good face mask. These past two weeks at work have been insanely busy so this weekend I am in need of some R&R.

In my book, this is the last official weekend of summer and then it’s time for pumpkin spice lattes and booties. To live up my last weekend I will be embracing one of the biggest beauty lessons I learned about this summer: going bare.¬†

Going bare is all about embracing your natural beauty and wearing minimal makeup, if any. I have always been self-conscious about my skin and the little pimples and pores that I have. This summer I learned that it is actually important for your skin to breathe. Makeup can clog your pores leaving you prone to breakouts. By breaking that cycle you are able to let your skin renew itself and heal.

Some products that have been help for me and my bare skin is:

Ocean Cleansing Mudd: This is a cleanser for oily, acne-prone skin. This cleanser removes dirt, oil and makeup. The ingredients in this cleanser will reduce redness, kill bacteria and detoxify the skin.

Balmy Rays: This chapstick is perfect for all seasons because it is conditioning, soothing and has SPF 15 for sun-protection.

Charcoal Soap Bar: Charcoal has so many benefits and is perfect for acne-prone oily skin. This bar will absorb oils/toxins and kill bacteria.

Renew Nutrient Mist: This is my favorite product for a bare face because it is moisturizing and refreshing. I use this every morning before applying a moisturizer and every night before bed.

Savoring Summertime this Labor Day Weekend with A Makeup-Free Look by Follain

Overall, this summer was one for the records and I will forever cherish these moments. For now, I am looking forward to the fall and a very bright future. You may start seeing me makeup-less more often on Instagram and here on Style by Liv because this summer, I’ve learned to embrace a bare face and I have never been happier about it.

Thank you Follain for sponsoring this post.